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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 15 Jul 2019 15:48

Rouen :
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From 2015

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2013-2015

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Re: France Teams

Post by MF » 15 Jul 2019 16:04

Grenoble Métropole Hockey 38 - "Les Brûleurs de Loups" The Name is to long. It does not have enough space

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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 15 Jul 2019 16:06

MF wrote:
15 Jul 2019 16:04
Grenoble Métropole Hockey 38 - "Les Brûleurs de Loups" The Name is to long. It does not have enough space
So you could do something like that : Grenoble MH38 - "Les Brûleurs de Loups"
This abreviation is sometimes used.

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Re: France Teams

Post by MF » 15 Jul 2019 16:23

Must Amiens not be since 1989 ?

http://www.lesgothiques.com/club/palmares/

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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 15 Jul 2019 17:05

MF wrote:
15 Jul 2019 16:23
Must Amiens not be since 1989 ?

http://www.lesgothiques.com/club/palmares/
No, starting of new club is 1991.
But it was the same people involved in both. History from Amiens SC is still linked in the memory with the one from HCAS. It's linked to the "strange" end of Amiens SC.
Amiens SC went bankrupt end of november/december 1990, in the middle of season 90-91, and new entity had to start. It's a bit strange, as the new club directly took the place of the old one, to the contrary of many other failures. So the club started the sporting season as Amiens SC, and finished as HCAS. In this time, all clubs were closed to bankruptucy. So, they needed to maintain Amiens. Staff, players, even board was the same. But entity was new. So history isn't really seen as different, but it's not anymore the same structure.

Edit : if you can read French (or you can use google translate :P ), everything is well explained here : https://www.hockeyarchives.info/clubs/amiens.htm

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Re: France Teams

Post by MF » 15 Jul 2019 17:43

I think we should not split this team. Also on the side of Marc is in the Palmares everything in a team ?

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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 15 Jul 2019 18:04

MF wrote:
15 Jul 2019 17:43
I think we should not split this team. Also on the side of Marc is in the Palmares everything in a team ?
For me it should be splitted, as the first entity is dead and another took it after. That was not the same club (during Amiens SC time, that was part of a multisport entity; then only a hockey entity).

The palmares is indeed showed as once, as it's the city's only club. It's more or less the same for all french cities with one club per city.

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Re: France Teams

Post by MF » 16 Jul 2019 08:35


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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 16 Jul 2019 08:43

Yes !

Just a few things :
- 1991 result should be moved to Amiens HE.
End of Amiens SC is officialy 1990 (november or december, not sure).

- Change of name in 1985 : Amiens SC - "Les Renards de Picardie"

- 1991 : follower team is : HC Amiens Somme - "Les Gothiques"
2016 : change of name : Amiens HE - "Les Gothiques"

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Re: France Teams

Post by Ray » 16 Jul 2019 10:46

I made the corrections for Amiens now.
I'll have a look at the logos and the other teams later.

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Re: France Teams

Post by Ray » 16 Jul 2019 14:18

In Vino Veritas wrote:
15 Jul 2019 15:46
Logo Bordeaux :
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From 2014

Grenoble :
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Same design but with better quality.
Done. You may have to refresh the browser though to see the changes.
Same for Rouen.

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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 16 Jul 2019 16:56

Mistake with HC Mont-Blanc history.
In Vino Veritas wrote:
15 Jul 2019 13:54
History Mont-Blanc

Current club needs to be splitted.

First period : 1986-1989
Name : HC Mont-Blanc - "Les Aigles"
played in both Saint-Gervais-les-Bains & Megève.

Then, current club : 2002-now
Changes of names :
First : HC Mont-Blanc - "L'Avalanche" - up to 2010
Then : HC Mont-Blanc - from 2010 to 2013
Then : HC Mont-Blanc - "Les Yétis" - from 2013 to now
Office location is Megève. Then rink could be marked as Megève too, but the club is playing in both Megève & Saint-Gervais.
http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.php?p ... &tmID=3762
This one : 1986-1989
Then both clubs of Saint-Gervais and Megève split.
Logo isn't good. It's the current of HC Pays du Mont-Blanc.
History from 1990 isn't good. After a quick check, it looks like the result of Saint-Gervais. So you should link it to SHC Saint-Gervais.

http://www.hockeyarenas.net/index.php?p ... t&tmID=521
This one : start in 2002 (for 2002-2003 season), up to now (so this is good).
Logo is the one you put to the old club.

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Re: France Teams

Post by In Vino Veritas » 16 Jul 2019 17:15

History in Bordeaux

Boxers de Bordeaux (current club)

Creation in 1998.
Name changes :
1998 : Bordeaux Gironde Hockey 2000 - "Les Boxers"
2007 : Bordeaux Gironde HG - "Les Boxers"
2014 : Boxers de Bordeaux

During the 2003-2004 season, Patinoire Mériadeck was in renovation. So Boxers played in a provisional rink. This wal called Patinoire des Antennes du Lac. It couldn't host public. Then the club was back to Mériadeck.

Bordeaux Gironde HC

Creation in 1992.
End in 1998.

Names :
1992-1995 : Bordeaux Gironde HC - "Les Aquitains"
1995-1998 : Bordeaux Gironde HC - "Les Dogues"

Played in Mériadeck.

Girondins de Bordeaux HC

Creation in 1988.
End in 1992.
Played in Patinoire de Mériadeck.

Logo : https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Girondins ... -_Logo.png
(not the one you put in Boxers history; this is the one for football).

Bordeaux HC

Creation in 1974.
End in 1988.

Name : Bordeaux HC - "Les Dogues"

The first play in "Patinoire des Quinconces".
Open in 1967, end in 1981.
So then moved to the new Patinoire de Mériadeck in 1981.



Here you have pics from the building of Patinoire de Mériadeck : https://www.sudouest.fr/2017/12/23/pati ... 7-5022.php

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Re: France Teams

Post by MF » 17 Jul 2019 08:49

Do you have Inofs about Lille Hockey ?

Logo, Patinoire etc.

Lille - US Métro 6-1
Saint-Gervais - Grenoble 3-2
Saint-Gervais - US Métro 7-3
Grenoble - Lille 3-4
Lille - Saint-Gervais 4-3
Grenoble - US Métro 8-0

Classement : 1 Lille 6; 2 Saint-Gervais 4, 3 CSG Grenoble 2, 4 US Métro 0.

Lille est champion de France de deuxième série.

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Re: France Teams

Post by Ray » 17 Jul 2019 13:27

In Vino Veritas wrote:
16 Jul 2019 17:15
History in Bordeaux
Correct like this?
http://www.hockeyarenas.net/?page=4002&tmID=501

I was not sure about the blue logo of Girondin... does this belong here?
http://www.hockeyarenas.net/?page=4001&tmID=3769

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